Kolkata, June 20 IBNS | 2 years ago

Honda Motorcycles and Scooter India Private Limited (HMSI), the India based two wheeler company of Japanese public multinational corporation Honda Motor Company Limited, launched its new CB Trigger in Kolkata on Thursday.


"This new premium 150 cc segment bike offers real value to the youth who want it all- style, performance, advanced features, mileage and maximum riding comfort," said Regional Manager - East, HMSI, Vivek Taluja.

He said bookings will be open from June 20 and CB trigger will be available to customers from June 21.

The CB Trigger has been provided a masculine and aggressive look with a distinguishing contoured tank with 3D Honda emblem, floating side cowls and arrow shaped trendy side panel.

HMSI claimed the Combi Brake System (CBS) that reduces braking distance by 32 percent compared to conventional braking is the best technological feature of CB Trigger.

The bike is equipped with 150 cc air-cooled 4-stroke spark ignition engine which gives a mileage of 60 kmpl. And 240 mm front and 220 mm rear dual disc brakes, wide tubeless tyres, maintenance free battery and viscous air filter are some other features of CB Trigger.

Its upright sitting position and comfortable wide seat is designed for maximizing rider comfort during both short city commute and long distance touring and is also perfect for Indian roads, claimed HMSI.

The bike will come in three different variants with ex-showroom price of Rs. 71,147 for Standard, 74,229 for Deluxe and 80,908 for CBS edition in Kolkata.

CB Trigger will be available in three different colours - meteor green, pearl siena and black.

"The new CB Trigger is Honda's fourth product launch starting January 2013 and Honda is further strengthening its portfolio in 150 cc motorcycle segment with the CB Trigger targeted for the youth," said Vice President - Sales and Marketing, HMSI, Y.S. Guleria.

"We are also proud to share that Honda occupies second position in Kolkata (2013-14 data) which contributes 23 percent demand for two wheelers in West Bengal," he said.

Taluja claimed that HMSI is confident of the customer demand and plans to sell approximately 1 lakh units in the financial year of 2013-14.

(Posted on 20-06-2013)